Carretera Pavimentada Principal at Seagrape Plantation, West End, Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Pavimentada Principal at Seagrape Plantation, West End, is near Bodden Tours, Gumbalimba Park, Sante' Wellness Center Day Spa, and Windsurfing School & Paddle Tennis.
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    Travel Blogs from West End

    West Bay

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on May 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... length of the beautiful powdery white, sandy beach to check out what was going on. Even though it was low season, you could tell that this was the busiest place in Roatan and where the money came too. There was no street as such running along the beach, it was enormous resort hotels, sitting side by side, stretching from the distant road onto the beach front. The beach looked busy today but looking a little closer, you could see all the resorts had a lot of ...

    Island Pace

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 30, 2014

    ... in the dark though.

    Back in West End, we had a snorkel in Half Moon Bay from the shore. On the southern end of the bay, away from the boat traffic, there are a lot of fish and soft fan coral. Back on the beach, a small stingray was trying to bury itself in the sand where the small waves were washing up or perhaps it was feeding. It could have been a nasty surprise for someone if it hadn't decided to make it's way back out to sea.

    Roatan Day 2

    A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Apr 25, 2014

    4 photos

    ... far from our hotel. There were many more fish than yesterday including seeing a couple of lionfish. They are a neat species even though they are destroying the reef and are the only species you can legally hunt. We also rode past a dolphin sanctuary but didn't take any pictures, it doesn't count if they are in a pen. After snorkelling and getting cleaned up, we walked into West End and had lunch at a little stand that served local food. We each had the ...

    Caribbean island paradise

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 20, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Contrary to Asia, where they are common and a native species, here they are non-native and are a pest. Shame - they are cute! They are hunted here to prevent the taking over the reef and apparently eaten as food. We finished off at a shallow sandy area, full of seagrass. Perfect habitat for a seahorse or some robust (my favourite!). I tried - but didn't see any. Apparently don't get them here! But I did see lots and lots of spider crabs! Never seen ...

    Zucaritas! They're grrr...iquisimas!

    A travel blog entry by justamanda on Mar 28, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... and Corinne out the back door (over the seat back). Her new nickname is "Puddles". Then, finally, we arrived at the airport. We checked in and got our boarding passes, and asked if we had time to eat. The girl told us we did, and that sometimes it got busy and might take 4 or 5 minutes to get through, so we went upstairs, past the "waving area", and into the restaurant. The food was quite Americanized, but I had a ...